N104E LP Tunes stylus for Shure RXP3 cartridge

N104E LP Tunes stylus for Shure RXP3 cartridge

SKU: SHSRXP3

  • $44.79

N104E LP TUNES STYLUS FOR SHURE RXP3 CARTRIDGE

Made in Japan by a famous maker for LP Tunes, the N104E stylus for the Shure 500S phono cartridge features a highly polished special bi-radial diamond with .0003 x .0007 inch scanning radii for very high tracing accuracy of record grooves. It results in excellent reproduction of voice, music and harmonics.

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NC Lefty (Durham, US)
good stuff

It may only be a .3 x .7 elliptical, but a huge improvement over the conical that was in the cartridge previously. Shipped to me quite quickly.


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